Aligegeo faces early closure

ALIGEGEO Provincial Secondary School in Malaita Province is closing down its doors in the next two weeks as a result of the ongoing water crisis affecting the school for the last 10 years. The source supplying water to the entire school was diverted by natural causes leaving nothing to pump into the water supply system.…

Roy gives evidence in false pretence trial

EVIDENCE of the woman accused of obtaining more than $40, 000 from a businessman under false pretence has been completed Friday. Cathy Roy will be calling two other witnesses which the court will hear their evidences on Tuesday next week. She is standing trial for one count of conversion and five counts of false pretence…

BAD LUCK!

Newly bought ship heading here run aground in Fiji A TONGAN registered marine vessel heading to the Solomons ran aground in Fiji and remained stuck there since last weekend. The ship was believed to be the one purchased by Malaita Outer Islands (MOI) Constituency through an agent in Honiara. Reports from Fiji said the vessel, MV Sitka,…

Batuna Memorial clinic opens

A $1.5 MILLION modern health facility was officially unveiled at Batuna Adventist Vocational School in Marovo, Western province on Wednesday. Called the Batuna Memorial clinic, the project comes under the Adopt a Clinic health program of the Seventh Day Adventist church in the pacific. The initiative to establish a clinic at Batuna was born out…

Central qualifies for $4m

CENTRAL islands province will receive $4million in funding after they qualified for the Government’s Provincial Capacity Development Fund (PCDF) 2016. Provincial premier, Patrick Vasuni said this in an interview with the Solomon Star, Thursday. “It is indeed a big achievement for Central islands province to qualify for this money,” Mr Vasuni said. He said that…

Central Speaker calls for support

THE Central Islands provincial speaker, John Bosamata, is appealing to everyone in the province to work together with the newly elected premier Patrick Vasuni to move the province forward. Mr Bosamata said that it is good that everyone must work in unity to serve the interest of the province. “I want to appeal to everyone…

Students urged to respect new facilities

Kilusakwalo Christain Community High School (KCCHS) students have been urged to look after their new learning facilities for the benefit of the current and future students. Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development Undersecretary Ambrose Malefoasi made the call yesterday when he officially handed over the new science and home economic labs over to the…

SSEC school authority congratulate Kilusakwalo

South Sea Evangelical Church (SSEC) education authority has congratulated Kilusakwalo Christian Community High School (KCCHS) for taking ownership of a new science lab and a new home economics lab. The congratulations message was deliverd to the KCCHS staff and students by the SSEC school coordinator Judith Pa’ahanua yesterday during the formal handing over of the…